Winters are made for cosying up and sipping hot chocolates, and what better way to warm your soul than with a hot chocolate month at a chocolate factory right on your very doorstep! The recently opened Barossa Valley Chocolate Company have just launched their inaugural Hot Chocolate Month, which will be held at the start of the winter season each year.
Sammys on the Marina recently played host to over fifteen restaurant owners and winemakers from across the globe at an intimate culinary evening showcasing SA's finest local seafood and wines. The Adelaide Insider was invited to cover the exclusive culinary evening whilst wining and dining with the Chef Outta Water team and a delegation of Chinese Chefs from the Changshu Culinary Association.
South Australia's History Festival has officially kicked off, and what better way to celebrate than with a Cluedo-themed murder mystery at a real-life castle in the Adelaide Hills! Murder and Music Mystery: Murder at The Manor took over The Manor Basket Range for an exclusive one-night-only performance on Monday 6 May, offering guests a glimpse into the ethereal heritage building.
Round up your herd for a few drinks before a night out on the town at ba-Bar, the latest and greatest new creative space and lounge on the block.ba-Bar invited us to attend the second edition of Filtrd Fridays - however this time with the twist of being on a Saturday (and aptly being named Filtrd Saturdays).
Tasting Australia took a trip all the way from the vines to the seaside as Sammy's on the Marina played host to the Sea Views With Sammy's and Seppeltsfield Degustation Dinner. Sammy's on The Marina teamed up with highly renowned Barossa Valley winery Seppeltsfield to create a five course degustation dinner accompanied by seven perfectly paired varieties of wines.
Ahoy there! Fancy a bite to eat by the seaside, but without the bone chilling winds and hair whipping in your face? Escape the winter chill at The Marina Pier, where summer never has to end! The Cafe Crawler was invited to taste test The Wharf's extensive breakfast menu on offer amongst the amazing company of local bloggers, influencers and social media superstars.
Welcome to 'The Fringe Files': what will be an annual series recapping all of the shows I saw and reviews I wrote for the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Keep on reading to take a peek behind the curtain and get an inside look into the 2019 Fringe that was.
It's never too hot for a party when there's wine involved, and revellers certainly didn't get beat by the heat at this year's third annual Day Dance Festival held on Saturday 2 March. Nestled in the heart of McLaren Vale, Simon Hackett Wines was once again transformed into an outdoor concert complete with pumping dance floor as festival goers flocked to "wine country" to reign in the start of "Mad March".
Amongst the overwhelming sea of circus acts and acrobats of the Adelaide Fringe lies the hidden gem that is ELSKA, a uniquely talented singer-songwriter who is also a modern-day harpist (yes, you heard correctly!) After a whirlwind 18 months of management deals and EP recordings, ELSKA has brought her breakout show known as The Heart + Harp Tour to the Adelaide Fringe, gracing the stages of Port Adelaide’s MixedCreative and The Mill in the CBD.
Haven't quite mastered the art of being an attractive, not too intelligent, yet simultaneously well-rounded "lady" in today's age of Tinder, appetite suppressant gummi bears and Instagram models? Well have no fear, Louise Beuvink is here to save the day! After educating the Scots with a string of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Beuvink has brought her pearls of wisdom on the art of femininity to the Adelaide Fringe to share with one and all at Ladylike: A Modern Guide to Etiquette.